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Warner still sidelined, NSW recall Cummins

Warner still sidelined, NSW recall Cummins

Test opener David Warner will omit one more sport for NSW as he continues to salvage effectively from a groin stress.

Warner returned from his restrictive hurt to play Australia’s closing two Exams in opposition to India, however turned into no longer 100 per cent fit.

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The hazardous batsman sat out closing week’s one-day and Sheffield Protect suits between the NSW and Victoria.

And Warner has been uncared for of the Blues’ squad for his or her Protect match in opposition to Victoria, which begins on Thursday at Sydney’s Bankstown Oval.

The 34-year-faded is still rehabilitating from the hurt however would possibly well well moreover be cleared to stir to Adelaide next week, when NSW face South Australia at Adelaide Oval.

Meanwhile, Test paceman Josh Hazlewood has been rested by the Blues.

NSW admire made factual the one substitute to the Protect squad that suffered a four-wicket loss at the SCG, changing Hazlewood with national vice-captain Pat Cummins.

This can even be Cummins’ first crimson-ball match since being named man of the gathering after the Gabba Test.

“We mapped out a thought for Josh and with rapid video games, support to support, we admire given him this sport off,” NSW coach Phil Jaques acknowledged.

“Nonetheless he’ll play our third sport on this stretch of suits.

“Or no longer it is a long way a busy season and we want to preserve up watch over all of our players, in particular the rapid bowlers, so we admire all of them firing in direction of the support dwell of the season.”

Victoria admire remained in Sydney after being asked to play this week’s ‘residence’ sport at Bankstown Oval, slightly than the MCG, thanks to border closures.

“It would possibly well well possibly admire been good to head support, however to support the competitors going and verify all americans can preserve the agenda as planned, we’re glorious satisfied to preserve up here,” Victoria captain Peter Handscomb acknowledged closing week.

“We had been slightly lucky to play (closing week’s sport, having travelled up during Victoria’s lockdown).”

Warner still sidelined, NSW recall Cummins